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Graysville, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information
Graysville is a town with an estimated population of 1,523 according to the 2016 census. The town is located in Rhea County where the county seat is Dayton. The current mayor is Jimmy Massengill who previously served as part of the Board of Commissioners.
Contact the Mayor:
Address: 136 Harrison Ave, Graysville, TN 37338
There are 10 registered sex offenders who listed the town of Graysville as their place of residence as of August 2018. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 182 to 1.
Graysville, Tennessee Police Station Information
The town of Graysville has a rating of D- for crime and safety. While its total number of crimes is 53% lower compared to the rest of the state and 42% lower than the national average, the town is only safer than 21% of the cities in the US. For every 100,000 individuals, some 4.52 daily crimes happen in the town. Should you visit, the chances of becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 61. Despite the low rating, the number of total year over year crimes in the city has been reduced by 11%.
Th Graysville Police Department is tasked with the duty of protecting and serving the citizens of the town. The department employs 4 officers, one of which serves as interim Chief of Police. Officer Steven Evans is currently assuming the duties of police chief.
Graysville Police Department Address:
136 Harrison Ave, Graysville, Tennessee 37338
Graysville Police Department Additional Information
Address 1: 151 Mill St
Zip Code: 37338-5044
County: Rhea County
Phone #: 423-775-9242
Fax #: 423-775-8137
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 1400
Number of Officers: 4
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Open Records Request in Graysville, Tennessee
The Tennessee Public Records allows citizens of the state to access open public records. All requests must be submitted to the Public Records Request Coordinator. You will be required to complete the public records request form as well as the appropriate fees.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Graysville, Tennessee
Warrants issued by the Rhea County Criminal Court are mostly served by the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department. If you wish to verify a warrant or have information regarding a warrant, you may contact the Sheriff’s Office at 423-775-7837 or 423-775-2442.